Momofuku CCDC

Restaurants, Pan-Asian Downtown
5 out of 5 stars
(1user review)
Momofuku CCDC
Photograph: Gabriele Stabile Momofuku CCDC

David Chang returns to his old stomping grounds (he was brought up in northern Virginia) to open a local concept that borrows heavily from his New York-born noodle bar. The menu reads like a greatest hits list of Chang’s Asian fare, including dishes like pork buns and pork belly ramen. Also available in the starkly decorated restaurant, save for a few splashes of art on the wall: Old Bay pork rinds and kimchi stew made with pork shoulder. (We’re sensing he has a thing for pork.) Reservations are available for the fried chicken and bo ssam meals intended to feed groups of up to eight.


Venue name: Momofuku CCDC
Address: 1090 I St NW
Washington, DC

Cross street: at New York Ave
Opening hours: Thur-Sun 5-11pm; Fri, Sat 5pm-midnight
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Surprisingly good noodles! Also not as crowded as the NYC locations so I was able to get a table for 4 on a Sunday without any issues. I recommend it for brunch! Start off with the pork buns and I recommend getting either the beef noodle soup (reminiscent of a very traditional Chinese dish) and twice cooked pork noodles. Very filling and flavorful.